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Solomito Goes The Distance At Monadnock

Leads Every Lap En Route To Third Whelen Modified Victory

WINCHESTER, N.H. – Timmy Solomito was on cruise control Suynday.

The Islip, New York, driver led every lap – twice pulling away from the field on late-race restarts – as he drove to Victory Lane in the Dunleavy's 200 at Monadnock Speedway. It was the third NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win of the season for Solomito.

It was the second straight win on one of tour's bullrings. Solomito won at his home track, New York's Riverhead Raceway on June 25. He opened the season at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park with his first career victory.

Rowan Pennink made a late bid for the win before settling for second, while Jimmy Blewett brought it home third.

Eric Goodale and Justin Bonsignore were fourth and fifth, respectively. more results

Coby Claims Another 'Magic Mile' Win

Moves Into 7th All-Time On Whelen Modified Win List

LOUDON, N.H. – By any measure, Doug Coby's compiled quite a decorated career. But the three-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion is far from done piling up the accomplishments.

The 36-year-old from Milford, Connecticut, added to his length resume Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Coby drove the No. 2 Dunleavy Repair/A&J Romano Construction Chevrolet to win in New England 100.

Coby led the final six laps and crossed the finish line .037 seconds ahead of Donny Lia.

The win was the 20th of Coby's career, moving him into a tie with former champion Rick Fuller for seventh all-time. It was also Coby's second straight win at "Magic Mile" and fourth overall. more info

Cale Gale Wins "Firecracker 125" at Hickory Motor Speedway

Second Wins In 2016 For SMRT Event

July 2nd, Newton, N.C. – When the hot July sun settled behind the clouds Saturday afternoon, Cale Gale and the rest of the Southern Modified Race Tour teams kept things plenty warm with their own brand of heat in the “Firecracker 125” at Hickory Motor Speedway.

The afternoon started with Busch Pole qualifying. Gale edged Josh Nichols for the top spot just ahead of James Civali, Tom Buzze and Bobby Sheffield who was making his first Modified start since early last season. Darren Shaw, Drew Moffitt, Don Johnson and Junior Miller completed the cars posting times. Ryan Nelson and Jeremy Mayfield fought problems all afternoon and fell in at the end of the field for the start. Nelson had brake issues all afternoon and Mayfield's new JGL Racing team changed engines in the #8 car finishing the job just in time to grid the car. more info

Andy Seuss Wins NWSMT Davis Roofing 150

Bertuccio Dominates, Late Caution Takes Away Win

SOPHIA, N.C. – Andy Seuss will take a win any way he can get it and that was the case Friday at Caraway Speedway.

Seuss was able to take the lead in the pits during the second caution of the race and once he got the lead he was able to hold off a strong J.R. Bertuccio to score his first win of the season taking the Davis Roofing 150.

Bertuccio appeared to have the best car of the field after he started from the front row winning his first Coors Light Pole Award of the season during qualifying.. more info

Solomito Scores Home Track Win

Edges Bonsignore For Whelen Modified Win At Riverhead

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. -- While Timmy Solomito's first career win earlier this year was a 'dream come true,' Saturday night's victory at his home track was twice as sweet.

The 24-year-old Islip, New York driver, piloted the No. 16 Diversified Metals /R.B. Enterprises Ford to the win in the Riverhead 200 at Long Island's Riverhead Speedway. To get to Victory Lane for a second time, Solomito had to hold off Justin Bonsignore in a green-white-checkered finish that capped a wild night on the historic quarter-mile.

"Since I set out on the tour, this is something I always wanted to do, win in front of my hometown crowd," Solomito said. "To finally get a win here means a lot."

It was a Riverhead sweep of the podium, as Bonsignore settled for second and Donny Lia came home third.

Jimmy Blewett, who had to drop to the rear on the start for making changes after qualifying, charged his way up to fourth. And Dave Sapienza rounded out the top five. more results

Santos Returns To Victory Lane

Wins Whelen Modified's Thompson 125 With Last-Lap Pass

THOMPSON, Conn. -- It had been long enough since Bobby Santos had been to Victory Lane that he was wondering whether he would ever get back.

It only took one lap Wednesday night at Thompson Speedway Motorsport Park to erase all that.

Santos drove the No. 44 Tinio Corp./Dan Kelley/Curb Records Chevrolet by Max Zachem on the white-flag lap to win the Thompson 125. It was the only lap Santos led on a night where he pitted multiple times early in the event due to a tire issue.

"There was a lot of doubting ourselves," Santos said. "We all know we can win. We won as this team before. We just need a little momentum and we can start winning races again." more results